SourceRecorded by the late George "Fingers" Bethke FOB in the sweet spot as always Sennheisser 421s>Sony TCD5M>Sony TCD5M (1st gen backup copy from Justin Lee) No Dolby on master cassettes. The first gen. cassettes were played back with Azimuth adjustment on a Nakamichi CD1 into a Korg MR1000 at DSF 1 bit 5.6MHz. Subsequent conversion to 24/96 AIFF done via Korg Audiogate software. Redbook CDR standard 16/44.1 files were created using Bias Peak, Izotope Ozone's MBIT+ (for all dithering), and Weiss Saracon SRC (all sample rate conversions). Transfer by Dave Cohen February 2011; additional
January 16, 2017 Subject:
great show, nice aud
like he did two shows earlier, jerry closes first set w/ an off the hook deal -- lengthy, explosive peaks and valleys closing deal solo...
and a huge morning dew...
five stars for the crowd as well -- their energy was palpable
October 15, 2013 Subject:
GD in Madtown
This was my first Dead Show and it changed a lot of things for me. I became an instant fan and found all kinds of Love that night. Big shout out to mi hermano Lamoin and Jill who turned me on to the whole long strange trip! It was love at first "Shakedown"! Hearing the energy of the crowd and the electricity in the band in this recording brings it back in my memory....and I was blazin so it was a bit foggy.. Hey now
April 3, 2013 Subject:
This was my first show and when Phil started blasting with Shakedown I was amazed at the fun everyone was having. It's a delight listening to this tape becasue the show was a treat. Thanks John.
December 2, 2012 Subject:
Thanks for the great recording!
I hope I don't have to tell anyone what a wonderful show this is! I've owned several copies, since I lost my original George Bethke copy of the show, and all the others fritz out BADLY at the bass peaks of Shakedown, Saint, Truckin' and the Dew. George was a great taper, and I'm thrilled to see his recording up here so I can hear this show pristinely again. Thanks so much to the uploader!
March 31, 2012 Subject:
Phil is all over this show and this recording captures it perfectly. Saint of Circumstance may blow your speakers out, just check out Jerry's solo with a good set of ear buds on and you will be floored. Shakedown, Brown Eyed and Deal are all very well played and then we the get the killer Dew to top things off. Very nice indeed.
Source: Set 2 Only, Recorded by the late George "Fingers" Bethke FOB in the sweet spot as always; Sennheisser 421s>Sony TCD5M>cassette>Sony TCD5M>1st gen backup copy from Justin Lee No Dolby on master cassettes. first gen. cassettes>Nakamichi CD1, azimuth adjusted>Korg MR1000 (1 bit 5.6MHz) 24/96 with Korg Audiogate 16/44.1 by Izotope Ozone's MBIT+ (for all dithering), and Weiss Saracon SRC (all sample rate conversions). Transfer by Dave Cohen February 2011
Source: Audience recording, taper, gear and generation unknown; 16 bit version; Trade cassettes > Teac W890R, heads aligned to tape > m-audio 2496 audiophile sound card @ 24/48 > editing, volume adjustments and tracked with Audacity; 24/48 resampled and dithered to 16/44.1 with dBpoweramp; flac level 8 and checksums with traderslittlehelper; Tagged with winamp; Transfer and all other mastering by arfarf, March 13, 2016
Source: source: aud cassette master taped by Jim Cooper; sony ecm22p's > sony tc-158sd, dolby b; set I, end of II: TDK SA-C90's, set II: Maxell UDXLII-C90; nak dragon/b > benchmark adc1 24/96 > hd-p2 > adobe audition cs6 > flac; transferred & seeded by Rob Berger 2013
Source: Master Audience Recorded By Steve Hill, Transfer By Keo; Unknown Mics > Unknown Number Of Decks Patched Out Of > Sony TC-D5M, Tapes:Maxell UDXLII C90's; Transfer With Nakamichi MR-1 > Korg MR-1000 @ 1 Bit/5.6 MHz; Tracking/Sample Rate Conversion With AudioGate V.3.0.4 To 32/96 kHz Wave; Dithered/Flacked With Korg Aqua To 16/44; SBE's Checked/Fixed With Trader's Little Helper; Metadata Tagging With Tag&Rename